Vegan kids festival is an event designed especially for kids and families. All ages are welcome to attend the event however to enable us to keep this as a family friendly event, there must be at least one child (under 18 years old) in each booking group. You may be refused entry if you do not have children in your booking.
Yes and it’s free but you do still need to register for a pass along with your booking if you will be bringing a car and you will need to display your pass in your car for the duration of the event , if you require an additional car parking pass for your booking you can book an extra space for £10.
Yes there is – we want to help the planet so would encourage people to car share where possible. You can check out our registered car share page on the Go car share website. Details will be added here shortly.
We will update information on this once we have a venue location confirmed for 2020.
All tickets will be sent via e ticket to the email address provided in your booking.
The event opens at 4pm on Friday afternoon for camping guest only. On Saturday morning the main event is open to ticket holders from 10am and finishes at 8pm on Sunday evening
Day guest must leave the site by 11pm on Saturday and can re enter from 9am on Sunday morning.
Camping guest are welcome on site during the whole time the event is open.
Yes you have three camping options:
If you have your own caravan you can bring your caravan to our Caravan field – If you have a caravan or trailer you can stay in our caravan field. There is no electric hook up available.
This is a family event and the whole event space is no smoking, If you really do need to have a smoke while you are at the festival there will be a designated smoking area!
No pet animals are allowed on the festival site other than assistance dogs.
Day pass holders
Camping ticket holders
Yes you can book a caravan or Campervan space.
These pitches are also suitable for trailors and trailor tents.
We will be catering for all ages, there will be activities suitable for all, from babies, toddlers, young children right through to teens.
Camping tickets do not gain you entry to the main festival. So if you are booking a camping ticket you will also need to make sure you have festival tickets booked as well.
No, We do not have any childcare and children (under 16 years old) will need to be accompanied at ALL times, Many of the events and activities are suitable for the whole family – so you won’t just be left wondering what to do!
Your festival ticket includes all the activities, workshops and events during the festival.
There will be additional optional bookable activities for an extra cost listed below.
This is not exclusively for Vegan children, we also welcome children who are interested in trying vegan or wanting to become Vegan. If your child(ren) are on the journey to becoming Vegan then this event is perfect for them, As long as they are willing to try vegan for the weekend then that is all we ask! Mostly we want to show kids how normal it is to be vegan and support parents in helping children who choose to become vegan.
The VIP ticket will fast track you into the events and activities and workshops and guarantees you a spot in any of the workshops and activities. So no queuing on the day!
The activity packs will come in two different age groups one for teens 12+ and one for under 12’s. It will have a collection of things to collect and find over the weekend, along with activities, games and recipes. We will have mock ups of the merchandise items soon!
A family Ticket is for up to 4 people in the same family.
We consider a family group as a group of people from the same family travelling together and camping together (If camping).
So If you are travelling as a group of 3 or 4 and all arriving in the same car and staying in the same tent – we would consider this a family group and you can purchase a family ticket.
If you are arriving in different cars and/or camping in different tents, you would need separate tickets and would not be considered a family group.
Please remember you need to have at least one child (under 18 years old) in your group to attend the festival.
We will provide you with a list of local hotels near to the venue.
We will do all we can to accommodate guests with additional needs both adults and children.
The venue is outdoors and the surface is all grass, there are areas of uneven ground, so you may require help to move around the site. Please also be aware the weather may have an impact on the ground surface.
We have Disabled parking spaces closer to the camping and event site, Cars are not allowed onto the camp site, but we have porters to help transport your belongings to the campsite area.
We will have wheelchair viewing areas, please speak to the stewards on site for help.
We have a disabled toilet and a changing tent.
We welcome suggestions to improve the site for guests with disabilities.
We ask that anyone who wishes to use our access facilities, pre-registers with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of the festival.
Once you arrive on the festival site, you’ll be directed to the carpark – make sure you have your parking pass ready to show to help us get cars into the site without delays.
Once you are parked up if you are camping you’ll need to walk down to the camping field which is a short walk down a hill from the car park.
Make your way to the registration tent and we’ll get you sorted with your wristbands, and one of our stewards can help you find your pitch, pre booked tent or glamping tent. Then you can ask one of our helpful porters with a trolley to help you get your camping equipment from your car to the campsite.
Camper Vans will be directed to their pitch upon entry, and once parked up can visit the registration desk to pick up their wristbands.